Jay Turser JtSoloslim

Guitar

Made by Jay Turser

Description Great sounding guitar with a great looking price..
Posted By Jimmy Crossen (1015)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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On 12/29/1999, Jimmy Crossen (1015) posted:
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Jay Turser guitars are by far the most under-rated guitars out on the market, for what you get in the JTsoloslim is amazing. I would pick the JTSoloslim over a fender any day of the week and I wouldn't think twice about it! Of course, the only other guitar I would have trouble picking between is the Carvin DC135... I say.. They are both worth the money you pay for them and if you end up with either of them; you won't be disappointed. I own the Dc135, I don't own the soloslim but I'm borrowing it for a few days. (Which could end up being weeks! Haha) and I am going to buy one for a backup for my CarvinDC135... I recommend everyone, at least give Jay Turser guitars a shot...
Model Year: 1998
Price: $429.00 (new)
Where Obtained: www.gbase.com
Features:
The JT Soloslim has a Thin-Line Ash body, Bolt-on Maple neck, Rosewood fretboard, "Precision Tuners", 24 frets, Optional Fulcrum Trem. System OR Original Floyd-Licensed Trem. (Both at the same price)
Playability:
A fast neck, 24 frets, great player..
Sound Quality:
Excellent Pickups! This is one of the most versatile guitar I have ever played and when you think of it's strong pickups, (which are HSH style BTW) amazing tone, and nearly endless sustain at a price anyone can afford, You think of bigger name brands like Carvin or Parker
Durability:
Let me tell you, this guitar is well made. This guitar seem's too good to be true also but it is.